Committal for contempt of Court in Open Court in the County Court sitting at Bournemouth: Vincent

|Contempt of Court

Case No: B01BH659

7 December 2016

In the Bournemouth County Court

On the 7 December 2016 this court committed the following person to prison:

Mr Carl Vincent

In relation to an order dated 12 November 2015 which provided that the Respondent/Defendant (whether by himself or encouraging others) must not use foul, abusive or threatening language towards any resident or lawful visitor to Montgomery Avenue, Bournemouth.

Breach

The court found that, following evidence, he had disobeyed/breached that order by:

On Wednesday 27 July 2016 at approximately 6.11pm could be heard in the communal gardens of c calling another resident to 13 Montgomery Avenue, Bournemouth names. That resident, PJF asked him to stop talking about her and to move away from under her window. At this the defendant became verbally abusive towards PJF repeatedly calling her a cunt and a druggie and saying that she abused her child causing her to feel scared and upset.  She closed the window and called the police whereby the defendant continued to shout for a while and then left and walked off around the other side of the block, 13 Montgomery Avenue, Bournemouth.

On 15 September 2016 at approximately midday the defendant stormed past a visitor to 13 Montgomery Avenue, Bournemouth in the communal hall to the block.  He entered a flat in the block and was heard to say in a raised voice ‘bunch of cunts, they called the fire brigade on me, I was only making a fucking fry up and a cup of tea’. The defendant then exited that flat and stormed back into the communal hallway whereby he shouted at the visitor ‘why did you call the fucking fire brigade, I was only making a fry up and a cup of tea’. He was leaning forward towards the visitor and was snarling with his teeth clenched.  He continued to speak to the visitor in a raised voice and agitated tone ‘is that all you’ve got to say about it’.  He then muttered a few swear words under his breath before going back into his flat.

And imposed the following sentence for those breaches.

Sentence

6 weeks in custody suspended until 7 December 2018.

District Judge Powell
7 December 2016.